A little over a year ago, the Mouse's ears were a little droopy. After a string of disappointments and increased competition from outsiders, Disney's top brass felt the studio was losing its G- and…
The wildcatter is ready to stake his claim. Walden Media, the film venture backed by Denver-based billionaire Philip Anschutz, is set to unleash seven pics during the next year aimed squarely at the…
After a few forgettable seasons, there are signs of life at NBC: Net's not likely to escape fourth place this season, but it's looking like it could challenge the leaders in some weeks this fall.
The beleaguered group of people who book talent for TV talkshows have certain essential rules. And with the onset of awards season, the job becomes even more stressful.
Men's soccer has long reigned supreme on TV screens in Germany, as elsewhere in Europe. Now women's soccer is blowing away the competition as well.
Three months ago when Bebo international topper Joanna Shields addressed the British TV industry urging them to think of her social-networking site as a potential partner they were skeptical.
When a "surprise screening" of Paramount Vantage's "There Will Be Blood" closed out Harry Knowles' Fantastic Film Fest in Austin Sept. 27, the review community was caught off-guard. A Paul Thomas…
Following its takeover of the cable assets of Chum Television, Toronto-based broadcaster CTVglobemedia has given some of its top dogs meatier titles and thicker portfolios.
South Africa's burgeoning pay TV market is facing a battle over set-top boxes, with incumbent MultiChoice fighting the federal regulator's plans to impose a one-size-fits-all box.
It's no wonder that every Hollywood studio is looking for its own Jason Bourne.
It is not uncommon in wealthy Asian countries such as Japan and Hong Kong to see perfectly functional TV sets left out in the street for the garbage collectors to pick up -- their faddy, tech-savvy…